Friday, 29 March 2013
Made this for my class and a friend suggested I might want to share it online. It starts with the premise you have to learn the facial/skull anatomy no matter what construction method you use, so it's likely better to start with the shape of the head you want to draw rather than force a circle, block or cylinder into that shape.
There was a whole lot of talking and demonstrations that went along with this handout, but I'm not too keen to type all that up right now. If you've any specific questions, feel free to ask in a comment.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Monday, 25 March 2013
Sunday, 24 March 2013
Caught some interesting shadows from a studio window and liked the cool blue light colliding with the warm golden light inside the studio so I kept clicking them despite the potential for distraction.
The model, Andrae, was spectacular and will be returning for the next session at Durham College on the 28th.
Friday, 15 March 2013
I'd love it if you all would click on over and see the fine bunch of people producing some amazing artwork there and, perhaps, take a peek at the whole sketch I did! http://outlandcollective.outlandentertainment.com/
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Organised a series of five open studio figure drawing sessions at Durham College for Thursday evenings. Open studio means anyone can drop in to draw (after paying the $10 model fee) and it isn't an instructed class. Last week was the first session. . .
All are charcoal on cartridge paper.
If you're in the Oshawa area Thursday night, I can't think of a better thing you could be doing!